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Learn how to use the Olive Tree Bible App like a pro with these tips.

Are you new to using the Olive Tree Bible App? Maybe you’ve been reading Scripture with the app for years… either way, there is always something new to learn. Although it’s true you can simply read the Bible with Olive Tree, there is also so much more you can do. Sometimes, all it takes is someone showing you a small feature to completely enhance the way you read God’s Word.

So, join us in the journey! We hope these Olive Tree Bible App tips are useful for you. And if there is anything you’re looking to know, leave a comment. Ask! We’ll get back to you. Or, feel free to email us at support@olivetree.com.

Highlighters, crayons, markers, and pens are staples for personal Bible study. When you want to remember a passage, you mark it to make it stand out from the rest of the text. When it comes to digital Bibles we often neglect using highlights as a part of our study methods.…

Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary is a great resource for those who want to do word studies. Especially if you don’t have any background with Greek or Hebrew! Here’s how I used it in a recent sermon. PICKING A WORD FROM A PASSAGE I read this verse in Genesis 39:2: “And…

Everyone knows that the Olive Tree Bible App is great for reading and studying the Bible. But, did you know that it can help you with other areas of your spiritual life? With the National Day of Prayer approaching, I want to show you how you can transform your Bible…

A standard and widely-used reference work for nearly 40 years, the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis (NIDNTTE) has been thoroughly revised and updated to aid today’s pastors, students, scholars, and teachers in their study of the New Testament. The NIDNTTE offers a wealth of background and…

The definition of synchronization (sync for short) is, the coordination of events to keep them in time. One of the most underrated and important features of the Olive Tree Bible App is the sync feature. If you’re not familiar with syncing, here are five things you need to know about…

Who doesn’t love a good Top Items list? I know I do! Here are seven (7) reasons why you should use the newly updated Olive Tree Bible app for Mac alongside your mobile. Ready. Set. Go! 1. Multiple Windows in the Mac App One limitation of working with the Bible app on mobile…

Out of all the works that a Christian can read, systematic theologies could easily be most daunting. Nearly the only people you find reading them are pastors and seminary students. Their stigma keeps others away. But after I read a few systematic theologies myself, I’ve had a change of heart.…

Every new year thousands of Christians start a new Bible reading plan with the hope of reading through the entire Bible in a year. A few weeks into January or February and most have already abandoned those plans. I readily admit that I used to be one of those people.…

Let’s face it, studying the Old Testament can be hard work. This is extremely true once you dive into the original languages, Hebrew in particular. There are a plethora of useful resources to choose from when studying Biblical Greek. Examples are BDAG, EDNT, TDNT, NIDNTTE, Louw & Nida, to name…

We love making it easy for you to read and study the Bible—wherever you are. This is especially true with original language study. Instead of hunting down dictionaries and lexicons, we put it at your fingertips. In this post, we’re going to show you how to use the lookup feature…

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